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  1. Hi Pat, you may use within() fo this. The following example keeps only the portions of the signal where the value of the signal is above 65: Regards, Thorsten
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  2. Hi Pat, You will need to make sure that the maximum interpolation is less than the data being removed or else the data will be interpolated through the gaps. You can set the maximum interpolation in the formula as well by adding a .setmaxinterpolation(<time>) at the end.
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  3. Hi Sivaji, While this isn't easy to do in the current Seeq scatter plot view, below are two related forum posts that I would suggest you read. These may help with workarounds. Please note that your request (scatter plots with signals from multiple assets) is already a feature request in our system, and it will be added to the software at some point in the future.
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  4. Hi Ingrid, you try to use splice on a scalar, which is available since R51. In lesser versions you can apply splice only on signals, so changing $h to a signal first should resolve the issue: $h.tosignal().splice($l, $lfc) Regards, Thorsten
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